Khac-Minh Thai
Khac-Minh Thai
University of Medicine and Pharmacy at Ho Chi Minh City
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Synthesis and antibacterial activity of some heterocyclic chalcone analogues alone and in combination with antibiotics
TD Tran, TTN Nguyen, TH Do, TNP Huynh, CD Tran, KM Thai
Molecules 17 (6), 6684-6696., 2012
A binary QSAR model for classification of hERG potassium channel blockers
KM Thai, GF Ecker
Bioorganic & medicinal chemistry 16 (7), 4107-4119, 2008
Synthesis and anti Methicillin resistant< i> Staphylococcus aureus</i> activity of substituted chalcones alone and in combination with non-beta-lactam antibiotics
TD Tran, TH Do, NC Tran, TD Ngo, TNP Huynh, CD Tran, KM Thai
Bioorganic & medicinal chemistry letters 22 (14), 4555-4560, 2012
Computational predictive models for P-glycoprotein inhibition of in-house chalcone derivatives and drug-bank compounds
TD Ngo, TD Tran, MT Le, KM Thai
Molecular diversity 20, 945-961, 2016
Inhibitory activity of prostaglandin E< sub> 2</sub> production by the synthetic 2′-hydroxychalcone analogues: Synthesis and SAR study
TD Tran, H Park, HP Kim, GF Ecker, KM Thai
Bioorganic & medicinal chemistry letters 19 (6), 1650-1653, 2009
Synthesis and antifungal activities of phenylenedithioureas
T Phuong, KM Thai, TVH Nguyen, TNP Huynh
Bioorganic & medicinal chemistry letters 14 (3), 653-656, 2004
Similarity-based SIBAR descriptors for classification of chemically diverse hERG blockers
KM Thai, GF Ecker
Molecular diversity 13 (3), 321-336., 2009
Computational assay of Zanamivir binding affinity with original and mutant influenza neuraminidase 9 using molecular docking
KM Thai, DP Le, TD Tran, MT Le
Journal of Theoretical Biology 385, 31-39, 2015
Virtual screening for novel Staphylococcus aureus NorA efflux pump inhibitors from natural products
KM Thai, TD Ngo, TV Phan, TD Tran, NV Nguyen, TH Nguyen, MT Le
Medicinal Chemistry 11 (2), 135-155, 2015
Predictive models for HERG channel blockers: ligand-based and structure-based approaches
KM Thai, GF Ecker
Current medicinal chemistry 14 (28), 3003-3026, 2007
Classification Models for hERG Inhibitors by Counter‐Propagation Neural Networks
KM Thai, GF Ecker
Chemical biology & drug design 72 (4), 279-289., 2008
Cinnamide derivatives as mammalian arginase inhibitors: synthesis, biological evaluation and molecular docking
TN Pham, S Bordage, M Pudlo, C Demougeot, KM Thai, ...
International Journal of Molecular Sciences 17 (10), 1656, 2016
Synthesis of novel chalcones as acetylcholinesterase inhibitors
TD Tran, TCV Nguyen, NS Nguyen, DM Nguyen, TTH Nguyen, MT Le, ...
Applied Sciences 6 (7), 198, 2016
3D-QSAR studies on sildenafil analogues, selective phosphodiesterase 5 inhibitors
J Yoo, KM Thai, DK Kim, JY Lee, HJ Park
Bioorganic & medicinal chemistry letters 17 (15), 4271-4274, 2007
Design of curcumin and flavonoid derivatives with acetylcholinesterase and beta-secretase inhibitory activities using in silico approaches
TS Tran, MT Le, TD Tran, TH Tran, KM Thai
Molecules 25 (16), 3644, 2020
Predictive QSAR models for polyspecific drug targets: The importance of feature selection
MA Demel, AGK Janecek, KM Thai, GF Ecker, WN Gansterer
Current Computer-Aided Drug Design 4 (2), 91-110, 2008
Structure-based 3D-Pharmacophore modeling to discover novel interleukin 6 inhibitors: An in silico screening, molecular dynamics simulations and binding free energy calculations
QH Tran, QT Nguyen, NQH Vo, TT Mai, TTN Tran, TD Tran, MT Le, ...
PloS one 17 (4), e0266632, 2022
The hERG potassium channel and drug trapping: insight from docking studies with propafenone derivatives
KM Thai, A Windisch, D Stork, A Weinzinger, A Schiesaro, RH Guy, ...
ChemMedChem 5 (3), 436-442., 2010
Pharmacophore modeling for antitargets
KM Thai, TD Ngo, TD Tran, MT Le
Current topics in medicinal chemistry 13 (9), 1002-1014., 2013
Synthesis, in silico and in vitro evaluation of some flavone derivatives for acetylcholinesterase and BACE-1 inhibitory activity
TS Tran, TD Tran, TH Tran, TT Mai, NL Nguyen, KM Thai, MT Le
Molecules 25 (18), 4064, 2020
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